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on not only the terrorist threat, but beginning a transition in afghanistan. it allowed us to refocus on alliances, relationships that had been neglected for a decade. and governor romney, our alliances have never been stronger in asia, in europe, in africa, with israel where we have unprecedented military and intelligence cooperation, including dealing with the iranian threat. >> one of the topics that came up during last night's debate was outsourcing, when a company has a different business do some kind of work. instead of doing something themselves, the businesses can outsource it. but if u.s. company outsources work through a different company, it means those jobs aren't being done by american workers. maggie lake has more on the impact of outsourcing and the presidential candidate's plans to do something about it. >> whether on the campaign trail -- >> if there's an outsorcerer in chief, it's the president of the united states. >> or amid the barrage of political ads on tv -- >> mitt romney's firms were pioneers at helping their companies outsourcing. >> outsourcing is a hot but
's the word. >>> right now, the u.s. government is running a deficit, has been for years. it's a topic that comes up a lot in politics and, as you might expect, it's come up a lot in this year's presidential campaign. in fact, during this week's debate between barack obama and mitt romney, the word "deficit" came up nearly 20 times. both candidates have plans to deal with it. >> both candidates have made it a cornerstone of this election to talk about the deficit, the difference between how many money our government is spending and how much it is taking in in taxes. this is the deficit right now, $1 is trillion, $90 billion. if we all wanted to pay it off, every man, woman and child in the country has to pay $3,500. yet each candidate says i can reduce the deficit. they all say we're going to have to contain the spending of the government. control it. we're going to have to rewrite the tax code and we have to get the economy moving again because that's going to produce money and revenue .really solve the problem. but beyond that, they don't agree on much. let's look at the romney plan
of cesar chavez academy in colorado. which of these political parties has won a u.s. presidential election? the reform party, groan part, lib tearan party or whig party? you've got three seconds. go. there have been four u.s. presidents who were members of the whig party. that's your answer and that's your shout out. >>> these days, other parties are usually referred to as third parties. this year's presidential ketsd were at part of the debates between barack obama .mitt romney. but they got together of their own debate in chicago. former new mexico governor gary johnson. he's the presidential nominee for the libertarian party. jill stein, who once ran for governor of massachusetts against mitt romney is the nominee for the green party. virgil good, a former u.s. congressman of virginia is the presidential nominee and rocky anderson, former mayor of salt lake city utah is the nominee for the justice party. one of the big issues is ballot access. people can only vote for these candidates if their names are on the ballot and that varies from state to state for each of these parties. a new n
garrison, thank you for bringing us connor's story. the key is adopt, don't shop. when you go to breeders, that's what's behind the curtain. we rescued him. he is now clean and happy and we rescued him. he's now clean and happy and all he needs is a home. >>> i'm carl azuz. this is cnn student news. the world series starts tonight. good luck to you tigeres and giants fans. we're going to have some history coming up. >>> first, we're hitting the presidential trail. the election is less than two weeks away. and so now what? what are they doing between right this second and election day? in a nutshell, it's an all-out sprint. president barack obama and presidential nominee mitt romney are crisscrossing the country. they're meeting with potential voters, going on tv shows, posing for pictures and campaigning in front of crowds. there will be a lot of that, especially in swing states where it's uncertain which candidate is likely to win. the campaigns are buying up ad space so you'll see more commercials on more channels and their running mates are doing all they can to get supporters to vote.
fought with security forces in beirut. police used tear gas to break up the protests. several people were reportedly injured. >>> is this legit? someone is officially recognized as a saint when he or she is canonized. this is true. in the roman catholic church, canonization is the act of recognizing someone has a saint. >> the roman catholic church recognized seven people as new saints over the weekend. the canonization ceremony had history, as well. a native-american was determined a saints. pope benedict xvi and other worshipers celebrated the new saints. a member of the mohawk tribe, sometimes known as lily of the mohawks. she converted to catholicism and served as a nun. >>> this week is hajj, one of the five main observances of islam. we have more on this annual tradition. >> reporter: its name means to set out for a place. and for muslims around the world, that place is the holy city of mecca. the hajj has begun for millions of muslims, with pilgrims making their way toward islam's most sacred sight. for daily prayers, muslims face this from any given point in the world. they're req
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